September 23, 2004 |
Noah Lowry is pitching nothing like a 23-year-old rookie. Lowry won his sixth consecutive decision and remained unbeaten in 13 major league starts, and Ray Durham hit a two-run double to lead the San Francisco Giants to a 5-1 victory over the Houston Astros on Wednesday night.
May 22, 2001 |
Pepperdine junior Dan Haren was selected West Coast Conference player of the year and Pepperdine junior Noah Lowry was selected conference pitcher of the year. Haren, a right-hander, is 10-3 with a 2.41 earned-run average and batting .313 with five home runs and 42 runs batted in as a designated hitter. Lowry, a junior left-hander from Nordhoff High, is 13-1 with 127 strikeouts in 105 1/3 innings, including a school-record 15 strikeouts against Santa Clara.
May 26, 2001 |
Noah Lowry talks straight about his hometown. Nice place. Pretty scenery. But a little on the tranquil side, especially for kids. While growing up in Ojai, Lowry constantly looked for ways to stay busy. Inevitably, he could always count on playing baseball. When he was 2, he was firing balls through the hallways of his home, said his mother, Laurie. Usually for strikes, too, she added.
February 25, 1998 |
From the time they were old enough to chew bubble gum, Matt Fisher, Matt Cassel and Conor Jackson have been called baseball wonders. Every step of the way, from T-ball through senior league, they've stood out as all-stars. In youth drafts, they were certain No. 1 picks. If only they had agent Dennis Gilbert to negotiate their pizza deals. Time has flown by. They're now sophomores in high school, Fisher and Cassel at Chatsworth, Jackson at El Camino Real.
April 27, 2001 |
Pepperdine can clinch its third consecutive West Coast Conference baseball championship Saturday by sweeping San Diego (30-14, 15-6 in WCC play) in a doubleheader Saturday at Pepperdine. The Waves (31-12, 18-3) will likely start its aces, left-hander Noah Lowry (11-1, 1.77 earned-run average) and right-hander Dan Haren (8-2, 2.48). The teams play the final game of the series Sunday. The Waves, ranked No. 10 in the nation by Baseball America, has an 11-game winning streak, its longest since 1993.
May 22, 2007 |
* at San Francisco 4, Houston 0: Ryan Klesko hit his first homer as a Giant and Noah Lowry pitched seven shutout innings. Barry Bonds went 0 for 2 with two walks in his second straight hitless game, still stuck at 745 home runs. * at Arizona 6, Colorado 5: Carlos Quentin homered twice and drove in a career-high five runs, Chris Snyder went three for three and Tony Clark also homered for the Diamondbacks.